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Watermelon Summer Soda
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My son and his girlfriend are very into their coffee. Nice to be able to do this at home. What you save by not visiting Starbucks as much will save plenty to pay for the equipment. Also, love the coconut and cinnamon!
Thanks, Vicki! Yes, I'm more of a healthier food advocate. I'm not sure I'll ever make it all the way to "health food," but there are some delicious stops along the way. And yes, if you have a juicer by all means use it. I suppose it's a little ironic that I have a whipping siphon but not a juicer in my kitchen!
Nice! I had to ween a friend from a Pepsi addiction, and this is a way to do it. Soda addicts need the bubbles and sugar, but often do pretty well with the natural juices and flavors, which eliminate a lot ot the toxins in the commercial sodas. Using stevia or other natural sweetners really helps eliminate the dependancy on sugar for soda addicts. A more healthful way to bring people over to the clean side, without their experiencing too much sacrifice. I suggest cucumber juice as well.I like that there's a way to simplifiy this recipe so that you don't need all the equipment until you decide to do this frequently. I also like that it lets you use the same equipment when you make the coffee/coconut milk recipe, which pairs nicely with this one to supply refreshment and energy throughout the day. Not "health food entirely," but a huge step in the right direction, and VERY tasty.
OH! Sorry, I meant to note that if you have any regular juicer you can probably run the watermelon (or other fruit, etc) through it, and skip the straining step.
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You may want to get yourself a hot plate and make the rocket fuel outside. If the stuff ignites indoors during the heating process, you could start a fire that might be tough to put out. Just a suggestion.
That's always another option. You can add a flavored simple syrup and soda water to your favorite juice. If you want a lower-calorie drink, use soda water, juice, and stevia or another low-calorie sweetener.
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it!
We'll I can't make my own soda,but would adding soda to the sweetened juice dilute it too much?
Anddd..... I also voted(because I love watermelons ) :)
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